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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 27, 06:22 PM
    For someone seeking our help, you sure are quick to dismiss it. Again, everyone in this thread has been trying to help you. A little cooperation on your part would be appreciated.

    Help us help you. If we have questions, it's because we don't quite understand what you are seeking help on.




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  • Philberttheduck
    Oct 3, 06:19 PM
    I expect the iPhone and Full screen iPod before Christmas.




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  • netcastle
    Jan 8, 10:21 PM
    This is what I hope:

    A mac mini tower (basically a mini with more room for ram, 3.5" SATA slots, and better graphics) because I need one.

    iPhone SDK

    Ultra thin Macbook announcement

    Something to do with the @TV and Blu-ray




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  • citizenzen
    May 5, 10:02 AM
    The better question here, is why do you feel so immune to violent crime?

    What makes you think he feels immune to violent crime?

    The opposite is probably true.

    The fact that guns are so prevalent in America makes it more likely that any one of us will find ourselves on the wrong end of one.

    Given the choice, I'd much rather have the robber hold me up with a knife, than a gun.


    I shouldn't have to a gun on me to feel safe in my community.

    I agree.

    The old saying, guns don't kill people, people do, has a logical extension ...

    Guns don't protect people, people do.

    We need to rely less on bullets, and more on each other.




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  • p0intblank
    Oct 10, 09:08 PM
    I love these rumors! Bring on the iPod video! :D

    Zune who?




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  • suzerain
    Oct 2, 05:35 PM
    I can't believe that people are disgruntled that we are forced to use iTunes with iPod.
    iTunes is brilliant.
    It's not as if we are forced to use something really crummy like WMP with the worlds favourite MP3 player.



    & Microsoft.

    Hmm...personally, I don't have a problem with the 'iTunes' part, I have a problem with the 'forced' part. Any company (yes, even Apple) is capable of making a big mistake, at some point...




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  • geocom
    Jan 11, 11:53 PM
    I would not see a problem with them going to report at macworld if anything happens in the keynote Steve would recover like he did at last years Mac World where his clicker stopped working and you are also talking about a mac event unlike CES things don't crash :)




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  • Samurai
    Jan 9, 04:12 PM
    Are we sure that Apple didn't post the Keynote on iTunes this year ?




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  • aross99
    Jan 11, 10:32 PM
    At first, I got a chuckle when I read this on their site. Turning off a wall of display is one thing, but what they did to the presenters (especially Motorolla) is inexcusable. They took it way to far...

    To be honest with you, I can't believe they blogged about it afterwards..




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  • Don.Key
    May 1, 07:57 PM
    Cloud computing is gonna be huge in 15 years or so. After some point we won't have CPU's at all, all the computation will be done in cloud and we'll just have inputs at home, like a keyboard and mouse or touch, and a screen. Many things will change, and the closed app store will be the least of your worries by then.

    Back to Mainframe? He he, not gonna happen. Well, maybe in 100 years from now.

    As far as "Cloud" is concerned: meh, another hype which will ether die out by itself or be killed by inevitable major security breach (Hello PSN)




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  • tkermit
    Apr 5, 04:51 PM
    I think Apple knew what they were doing. I think they may integrate this with Ping (worst thing ever), like 'PersonX likes the same music as you and also likes AdvertY' as some sort of viral marketing.

    A marriage made in hell :D




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  • Small White Car
    Oct 17, 08:59 AM
    I'm not sure about what you're saying here, because content producers will still be having to supply the same film in two different formats.

    They'll likely drop the less popular format, and thus, we'll have a winner.



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  • Lennholm
    Apr 16, 09:09 AM
    People talk about a so-called 'reality distortion field' about Steve Jobs and yet everyday we get people blatantly ignoring truth because it doesn't fit with their own personal world view.

    Yes, there were Palms, and Blackberries, Nokia's, Sony-Ericssons, and Panasonics etc before the iPhone but when we all saw the iPhone everyone instantly knew that was the future; touch-screen, icon based, intuitive, with an emphasis on both design and usability.

    You might not like the fact that Apple revolutionized the phone market but history says otherwise.

    No, when Apple revealed the iPhone most people were thinking something along the line of "Apple seriously need to reconsider leaving out 3G and the ability to install software if they want to make it in the smart phone business", a phone that doesn't let you install new software is by definiton not a smart phone. The iPhone 3G was the real deal, ofcourse the first gen was successful, simply because it was Apple, but the 3G was when it turned into a good product and soared in popularity.
    And iPhone is far from the first icon based phone and I personally believe the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900 was a big inspiration for iPhone.




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  • Superken7
    May 3, 03:28 PM
    At that point, why not use a jailbroken iPhone?

    Android kind of loses it charm.

    Because no root/jailbreak is needed in order to do tethering, even if carriers disable those downloads from the Market. Because you can still download and install apps from anywhere on the internet.

    But anyways, I don't think anyone would choose an OS just for one reason alone. Some might, of course.
    Lots of people have been choosing the iphone over Android for years when iOS lacked tethering, for example

    Its funny how the news sites word the news.. the android market has never been open. In any way. Its been less restrictive than the app store, but thats not being open, at all. I totally disagree with the people who claim android is less open every time something like this changes.

    Android is "open" because google releases the latest source from time to time. (Real open source projects work in the open BTW, instead of releasing the source every big release).
    That means anybody (read: carriers) can go and take a high class mobile OS for free and do with it what it wants; for better (lots of choices in software and hardware, big ecosystem) and for worse (slow updates, android modifications that suck, mobile phones that suck).
    The fact that people could take android and make it even more restrictive than iOS is why it is open.

    So yeah. Today android users can sideload any app without rooting/jailbreaking. Tomorrow, all carriers might start shipping phones with that feature disabled.
    Thankfully, that has not happened for 99.99% of phones. But it might, because you know, as Android is open, people can modify it for both innovative improvements and new features and for locking it down.

    Double edged sword :) It's not better and it's not worse, and its better and its worse. it depends on what you like/want. There is choice (and therefore competiton) between excellent mobile OSs, and that's great!




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  • ritmomundo
    Mar 18, 07:35 PM
    Thats the point though! If it was just comparing features or commenting then that would be fine, it just flat out rudeness and is totally unprovoked. I was just minding my own damn business and then some of these people come out with this nonsense.

    Comments like, "oh you so you have an iPhone, my XYZ is better because of this", "you paid �500 for a phone you need a case to use", "you're in a closed platform that is inferior in every way", "you paid more money for a shiny apple logo". Its comments like these that are totally unprovoked which irk me.

    By no means am I saying that someone can't have their own opinion, but theres no need to be rude about it. The person that posted below you pretty much summed it up.

    I agree with you on this- the comments were definitely rude.

    But I still don't think you get my point (and this includes the guy who posted below my previous post). That it doesn't mean that the other person is jealous of you. Its this attitude that irks me. And its this very attitude that so many "fanboys" share. Why in the world would someone be JEALOUS of you because you have a $200-$300 phone or even a $1500 computer?!? And because you think others envy you for it, you end up placing extraordinary value on everyday material things. I mean, seriously, is this what you use to define your status in society, what kind of phone you carry? Are you really that shallow and materialistic? I honestly feel pity for you.

    To the other poster. You were jealous of (or "hated") those who had iphones until you got one for yourself. Now you believe that everyone around you is jealous of you.

    I understand, you buy something trendy, and it makes you feel good. Thats great, I'm not arguing with that, because you should enjoy everything you have. But its this faux sense of superiority that comes with it, that makes you believe that others are envious of you because you bought this gadget. Its not like you've won the Nobel prize or even drive a Bugatti Veyron, that would make someone want what you have. No, you bought a phone. A phone that lots of people already have. A phone that my housekeeper's 11 year old son has. And any Joe Schmoe can walk into any Apple store/Walmart/Best Buy and pick one up. And when the new model comes out, you'll buy that as well, because you're chronically unsatisfied with what you have, and somehow, you feel that owning this will raise you up above the rest of society. It is people with attitudes like this (the attitude of the fanboy) that Apple capitalizes on.

    Take this as a life lesson -- set your goals higher. Don't be envious of the guy with the cooler phone.




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  • iJaz
    Oct 11, 06:07 AM
    It may kill the first iteration of the Zune, but MS has stated it�s a multiple years effort � they acknowledge it�s going to be hard to beat the iPod bastion, and if at all possible it will take time. But, I suspect Apple have plenty of different prototypes in their labs, ready to be launched to complement new market demands.

    I sure hope that Apple will keep Zune and MS will one step behind, they really should be able to.




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  • John Purple
    Jan 9, 04:16 AM
    New MBP with two penryns (liquid cooling :confused: ) and faster graphics
    Revolutionary new user interface (other than old keyboard, mouse and/or trackpad)
    Aperture 2.0 (at last :o )
    New displays (in combination with newuser interface ???)




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  • OdduWon
    Oct 11, 05:07 AM
    a nice iPod Video with NEF/RAW reading capability for us photographers, I'm a waiting customer. And yes, a smaller MacBook with 10 hour battery life, non-reflective screen and a graphics card to use it with Aperture/RAW would be sooo nice... :)
    the macpod pro could be a notepad device that has the ability to interface with ext hard drives adn icoul be like a wireless ouch screen 3/4 in thin




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  • The Phazer
    May 3, 03:02 PM
    Users can of course work around carrier restrictions with methods known as "sideloading" that allow users to install apps through unapproved sources, but most casual users are undoubtedly sticking to mainstream, authorized marketplaces such as the Android Market for their needs.

    Hmm, I find this highly doubtful to be honest. Aside from anyone who's bought a locked down Android phone that doesn't allow sideloading, I would expect that nearly everyone uses it.

    Phazer




    ten-oak-druid
    Apr 17, 11:25 AM
    First off, Apple does not have the time or ways to check for security risks. They don't have the source code, and we've already seen apps with banned talents appear. Moreover, security research shows that many iOS apps can access personal information (and many do send that off to remote servers without Apple making a peep).

    As for approvals, apps that "duplicate" Apple functionality are banned. That alone means a lot of cool stuff is not available from their store.

    You also cannot write a homebrew app for your friends and give it to them to use, unless you want to pay $100 a year to keep a dev license going. That's another reason why there's so much crud in the app store.

    Unfortunately, we've also seen apps approved that should never have been, such as the baby shaker one.

    Don't confuse approval control with a guarantee of either security or quality.

    And once an app that gets by with security risk is found, it is removed. Compare this to getting an app off of site X. Does site X remove the app because it was found to be a security risk? And should an appear turn out to be stealing information, which is easier to trace to the source, one that went through the app store registration process with apple or on on site X residing somewhere in Russia?

    You're narrowly defining the methods of security that Apple's app store can provide.




    KnightWRX
    Apr 29, 07:54 PM
    Well you're two comments are linked.

    Both my comments refer to the look. Windows 7 looks like a bad Enlightenment theme. Anyway, the "translucent" plastic was ripped off KDE 4.x (which is true, look at plasma), which while not sharing the bad hack ridden architecture of the 90s version enlightenment does seem to share the look of its themes.

    Context. Is. Everything.

    All these months, and again you try to argue with me over what I meant. New Zealanders really have a problem with the concept of "I know better what I meant that you do and it was clearly posted had you followed the context".




    autrefois
    Sep 12, 07:39 AM
    Note that it doesn't say "The iTunes Music Store is being updated." That's a pretty clear sign to me that not only are they going to add movies, it's also now just going to be the iTunes Store.

    Very good point. I've never seen it called the iTunes Store before by Apple. It can't be a coincidence.

    If the iTunes Music Store is going to be called the iTunes Store (iTMS > iTS?) then shouldn't the name iTunes change as well to coincide with the change in available media? :o

    I'm sure this was cause for much discussion at Apple. iMovie is taken obviously. iTunes is already very well known, so they must have decided to just stick with that. The "i" doesn't really mean a whole lot anymore anyway (iWeb = Internet Web?!), so why should "Tunes"? ;)




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    May 3, 03:09 PM
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    5. Winning.
    1. Carrier detects you are tethering for "free".
    2. Carrier "upgrades" your plan for you with tethering option fee.
    3. You either bend over and pay the fee or pay the cancellation fee.
    4. Either way, carrier is Winning.
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    Bigskygangsta
    May 3, 10:42 PM
    Pity I can't buy the product.

    Why are Apple spending so much money on advertising when they can't even keep up with demand? Makes no sense.

    Since the 9 year old Asians can't work more than 85 hours a week now, they can't keep up with demand.



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